The epilogue reflects on colonial understandings of ritual, elderhood, and sovereignty after the end of Moi’s rule. It explores emergent fantasies of sovereign power and capacity—the ability to dissimilate—as a distinctive imaginary of sovereignty after 2002 and the Kibaki era of constitutional reform, and whether reform represents a real break from Kenyan understandings of sovereignty in the past
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